- iPossibilities: iPods and iPads in Special Education Part One
- iPossibilities: iPods and iPads in Special Education Part Two
- iPossibilities: iPods and iPads in Special Education Addendum
P.S. Although the presentation is less than three weeks old there is some info that is out of data and new apps that have been added to the app store. There likely will not be an update of this slideshow (as it is trapped on my iPad and has decided to be incompatible with everything except iWork).
Thanks for sharing - it's awesome (as usual)ReplyDelete
I would be very interested in seeing these. Unfortunately they don't seem to open or download on either my Mac or windows machines.ReplyDelete
They should open in your browser.ReplyDelete
Thanks, they did eventually open in the browser. Unfortunately there appears to be no download option. So I have resorted to cut and paste from each slide to recreate the slideshow images.ReplyDelete
My purpose for doing this is to reflect prices and availability of the various apps on the UK market.
I hope this does not infringe upon anyone's copyright and I shall provide links to the amended copies when complete.
I just like to share with you about a new iPad App that our company, Assistive Apps, has developed. It is called Assistive Chat. Assistive Chat is a Alternative Augmentative Communications (AAC) app that comes enhanced with word prediction , and it's available on the iTunes Store now!
For full description, please visit:
You can also see a quick demo on the youtube with this link:
And check out our facebook page so that you can be kept updated with our new apps coming soon!
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Trust me no one is more annoyed than I with iWork. There is also mp way to embed the slideshows here or do just about any thing else. I feel like the slideshows are being held captive. Everything is share/share alike with attribution and no derivitives. So go ahead.ReplyDelete
Awesome stuff. Thank you.ReplyDelete